Word Salad

Dallas, Texas
June 10, 2016 10:23am CST
A poor boy sandwich for instance: A poor boy can eat a sandwich but he doesn't have to eat a poorboy sandwich. A poor boy sandwich looks like a small version of a subway sandwich, but you don't have to be on a subway to order a subway sandwich. A sandwich is not a witch that is made of sand either. A meat loaf is not a loaf of bread with meat in it although you could call it that. Although meat loaf is cooked inside of a loaf pan and has perhaps part of a loaf of bread mixed into the meat to make the loaf. A meat loaf subway sandwich can be eaten inside a submarine or in a subway station or at the park or by a lake or in your living room while watching Yellow Submarine with the Beatles. A Subway is also an underground railroad system which is not to be confused with the underground railroad system which was a way to get slaves out of areas of oppression to lands of freedom back in the 1800's. A poor boy or a poor man for that matter can usually afford to buy a poor boy sandwich at a local Walmart store. It is usually refrigerated and cold so if you buy it you can just eat about half of it and you will be stuffed enough to save the other half until later. Word scrambling is not exactly the same as egg scrambling because when you put it in sentences it is not only not totally mixed up by has some amount of syntax logic to it. As for scrambling eggs, you have to feed your brain by feeding your body so have some scrambled eggs for your head so your head can write better word salad
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@LeaPea2417 (21554)
• Toccoa, Georgia
10 Jun 16
That is an interesting way to think about it.
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